The CapitolRiver Council advocates on behalf of District 17 residents, workers and property owners by identifying issues, engaging in conversations among people with different interests and perspectives, and making recommendations based on consensus.
We define an issue as a question or problem that the Saint Paul City Council (and / or Mayor, staff, appointed officials, etc.) could do something about, AND that CRC could engage stakeholders in discussions about that would lead to one or more recommendations being made.
Have a Project Idea for CapitolRiver Council?
This form gathers information about projects proposed and developed by the CRC and its members. ALL stakeholders are welcome to use this form. CRC has limited funds and resources and we are counting on people to be champions of their own ideas.
These ideas are vetted by staff and added to the list of ideas below (please indicate in your application if you don't want your idea posted on our website). When there is room on the CRC schedule for a new WorkGroup, the CRC Board decides which project to become the focus of a new WorkGroup. The factors considered include timing, interest of leadership and participation, and any subsequent progress being made by the person who submitted the idea.
|3/4/2021||Pedro Park Neighborhood Workgroup||X|
|11/9/2019||Downtown Development Strategy||X|
|10/8/2020||Community Center Downtown/Lowertown||X||X|
|9/28/2020||Community Advocacy Training||X|
|8/9/2020||Downtown Small Business Summit||X|
|8/6/2020||Support the C/Arts||X|
|2/27/2020||Skyway Access Benchmarking||X||X|
|11/12/2019||Downtown Residents Summit||X|
|11/9/2019||CRC Fundraising Strategy||X|
|10/10/2019||Citizen Emergency Response Team||X|
|2/27/2020||Town Square Park||X||X||X|
|9/28/2020||Music In Pedro Park||X||X|